Question:

Is regular millet the same Bracha for grounded millet?

Answer:

The bracha on ground foods (unless it is the norm for it to be eaten ground up) is shehakol, with the exception of the five grains, which will be mezonos, therefore the bracha on ground millet will be shehakol.

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Sources:

Shulchan Aruch O:CH 208-8 M:B 34-38, Sharei Habracha pg. 581.

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